Attractions Directory

Canton Area Historical Museum

Canton Area Historical Museum

The Canton Area Historical Museum contains artifacts and photographs depicting the history of the towns of Canton, Bethel, and Cruso. More…

Cherokee County Historical Museum

Cherokee County Historical Museum

The Cherokee County Historical Museum in Murphy, NC displays the rich history of Native American and pioneer settlers. More…

Cherokee Homestead Exhibit

Cherokee Homestead Exhibit

The Cherokee and their ancestors have called Western North Carolina home for more than 10,000 years. More…

Clay County Historical and Arts Museum

Clay County Historical and Arts Museum

The Museum displays items pertinent to the history of the area through changing exhibits. More…

Crossnore Weavers and Gallery

Crossnore Weavers and Gallery

The Crossnore Weavers and Gallery museum features a fine art gallery, studio, exhibits, and a retail shop in a historic building. More…

Elkin

Elkin

The confluence of the Yadkin River and Big Elkin Creek has drawn people to the site of that is today's city of Elkin More…

Fontana Dam and Visitor Center

Fontana Dam and Visitor Center

Located in the far western corner of North Carolina, Fontana Dam is the tallest dam east of the Rockies. More…

Franklin Gem and Mineral Museum

Franklin Gem and Mineral Museum

The Franklin Gem and Mineral Museum houses thousands of gems, minerals, fossils, Indian artifacts, and sea shells. More…

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with a gateway in Cherokee, NC, is the most visited National Park in America. More…

Hendersonville

Hendersonville

Until the 1785 Treaty of Hopewell, present-day Henderson County was part of Cherokee Indian territory. More…

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